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NH - Drummer Hill - Goose Pond in Keene - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures - Preliminary Review 50%

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Directions - Not sure where a legal place to park is.  Ill tell you how to get to the start point, we parked by the gate..  From 91, take route 9 east towards Keene.  Take west street exit, travel about .9 miles through lights and traffic, and traffic, left on court street..  Travel 1.12 miles under highway, look for right on Elm Street..  Take elm and look for left on timberline, top of timberline there is a gate.  you can start at the gate or  a little way back down the road.

Description -   Some really cool trails in this small network of trails.  Most of the trails are downhill oriented, with a couple more xc types.  The way I see it,, this place is perfect for vehicle free shuttle runs, pedal up, pedal down..  Some really nice trail in here, good flow, moderately technical with some nice TTF's and natural drops..  Couple rock slab lines here and there were sweet..  Great to see the trail work..  Couple really cool rock rollers..  Ill be back to see more

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Total Miles: 10 +??
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